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Simple Minds 40 Years Of Hits Tour 2020

On 20, Dec 2019 | In | By JM

Simple Minds 40 Years Of Hits Tour 2020

Major ‘Visual Design’ project creating content for Simple Minds as they celebrate 40 iconic years in music with a major world tour in 2020 & 2021. The band have announced details of the tour’s dates so far, which covers over 80 shows across more than 18 countries and includes a homecoming show at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro.

Simple Minds further mark their 40th anniversary celebrations with the release of ‘40: The Best Of – 1979-2019‘, a career-spanning compilation of their era-defining hits and fan favourites.

On 13, Nov 2019 | In | By JM

Minimalism Changed My Life: Tones, Drones & Arpeggios from Paraorchestra

Paraorchestra with Charles Hazlewood

Filmed at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London, 28th September 2019

Film by John Minton

Through live music, storytelling, and AV Minimalism Changed My Life showcases the transcendental powers of Minimalism.

This video sets this world-changing musical movement that inspired the show in global historical context.

Based on Charles Hazlewood’s acclaimed 2018 BBC4 programme, Tones Drones and Arpeggios; Minimalism Changed My Life explores work by some of the great composers of the genre who rebooted classical music in the 20th Century.

Key musical minimalist ingredients are blended with a visual narrative that brings the stories behind the genre to life – including Charles Hazlewood’s own journey into minimalism – firmly placing them in a global historical context; sexual liberation, economic instability and the existential threats of the Cold War and Cuba Missile Crisis.

Minimalism Changed My Life is a truly unique opportunity to experience the last big idea in classical music, one that has rocked mainstream music and reverberated through the genres ever since.

Terry Riley: A Rainbow in Curved Air
Mike Oldfield: Tubular Bells
Philip Glass: Music in Similar Motion
Pauline Oliveros: A Woman Sees How The World Goes With No Eyes
Pauline Oliveros: The Last Time (Ultima Vez)
Steve Reich: Music for a Large Ensemble

Produced by Paraorchestra

On 12, Sep 2019 | In | By JM

Minimalism Changed My Life

Paraorchestra with Charles Hazlewood

Through live music, storytelling, and AV Minimalism Changed My Life showcases the transcendental powers of Minimalism.

This video sets this world-changing musical movement that inspired the show in global historical context.

See the show at Southbank Centre. London 28th September & Bridgewater Hall 2nd October.

Based on Charles Hazlewood’s acclaimed 2018 BBC4 programme, Tones Drones and Arpeggios; Minimalism Changed My Life explores work by some of the great composers of the genre who rebooted classical music in the 20th Century.

Key musical minimalist ingredients are blended with a visual narrative that brings the stories behind the genre to life – including Charles Hazlewood’s own journey into minimalism – firmly placing them in a global historical context; sexual liberation, economic instability and the existential threats of the Cold War and Cuba Missile Crisis.

Minimalism Changed My Life is a truly unique opportunity to experience the last big idea in classical music, one that has rocked mainstream music and reverberated through the genres ever since.

Terry Riley: A Rainbow in Curved Air
Mike Oldfield: Tubular Bells
Philip Glass: Music in Similar Motion
Pauline Oliveros: A Woman Sees How The World Goes With No Eyes
Pauline Oliveros: The Last Time (Ultima Vez)
Steve Reich: Music for a Large Ensemble
Produced by Paraorchestra

On 11, Apr 2019 | In | By JM

Beth Gibbons & the Polish National Radio Symphony – II. Lento e largo—Tranquillissimo

We are pleased to announce regional UK screenings of the full length concert film of Beth Gibbons performing Henryk Górecki’s Symphony No. 3 (Symphony of Sorrowful Songs) with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra featuring conducting from Krzysztof Penderecki.
Locations & tickets: http://smarturl.it/BGScreenings

NEW SCREENINGS:

7 & 10 April – Belfast – Queens Film Theatre
13 April: Cine Tonala – Mexico City (Sold Out)
19 April: The Projector – Singapore
19 – 22 April – Bristol – Watershed
19 & 20 April – Glasgow – Film Theatre
27 & 28 April – Exeter – Phoenix
4 May: The Projector – Singapore
6 May – Nantes, FR Le Cinématographe
9 May – Clevedon (Somerset) – Curzon
13 May – Inverness – Edencourt
18 May – Newcastle – Tyneside
28 May – Sheffield – Showroom
31 May – Dundee – Dundee Contemporary Arts
14 – 16 June – Cardiff – Chapter
15 June – Birmingham – Midland Arts Centre (MAC)

On 30, Jan 2019 | In | By JM

Beth Gibbons & the Polish National Radio Symphony – Henryk Górecki: Symphony No. 3 (Trailer)

Domino is proud to present Henryk Górecki: Symphony No. 3 (Symphony of Sorrowful Songs) performed by Beth Gibbons and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Krzysztof Penderecki. The performance took place at The National Opera Grand Theatre in Warsaw on November 29th 2014. In advance of the concert, Beth Gibbons undertook an intense preparation process, including tackling the challenge of learning the original text (and the emotional weight it carries) without speaking the mother language.

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On 26, Aug 2018 | In | By JM

Deep Forest & Friends

Live Visuals

Pretenders – Live Visuals

On 07, Aug 2018 | In | By JM

Pretenders – Live Visuals

Simple Minds will play 14 special Grandslam dates with The Pretenders & KT Tunstall in the UK in August & September 2018. Global icons Simple Minds and The Pretenders continue to enjoy outstanding musical journeys and phenomenal worldwide success. They now come together on the same stage for the first time since Live Aid to present a unique opportunity to see both bands as they tour throughout the UK in 2018.

Images by ConcertPhotographersUnited

On 14, Mar 2018 | In | By JM

Get The Blessing – Bristopolis

For this special event they team up with award-winning, long-time GTB and Portishead collaborator John Minton to produce a film which examines and celebrates over a century of Bristol, captured on film by local people.

If last year’s Metropolis was an epic expressionist vision of dystopia, Bristopolis offers an intimate contemporary parallel: a poetic visual essay and an abstract urban history, using archive footage filtered through John Minton’s creative vision, and organically wedded to one of Bristol’s most famous jazz exports – the inventive, uncategorisable Get The Blessing.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

On 06, Feb 2018 | In | By JM

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

Coming Soon.

Back with NG for High Flying Birds 2018 Tour Visuals.

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On 24, Sep 2017 | In | By JM

A Clockwork Orange: Stanley Kubrick in Concert

The work is performed by The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble, which counts members from three influential Bristol bands: Goldfrapp, Massive Attack and Portishead.

Fans of Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece ‘A Clockwork Orange’ and Wendy Carlos’ accompanying and visionary score can be delighted when Jazzhouse houses The Will Gregory Moog Ensemble’s interpretation of Carlos’s synthesized music.

“We are all huge Kubrick fans,” says Will Gregory, the man behind The Moog Ensemble . “He is the film director who has contributed most to our work. His ability to incorporate avant-garde music into his virtuoso visual style is absolutely outstanding. “

Will Gregory is known from his orchestra Goldfrapp , where he, as a composer, is behind the charismatic singer Alison Goldfrapp. The musical performance of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ is accompanied by a visual composition by John Minton, a regular part of Portishead , and the members of The Moog Ensemble have the same contact and access to the composer Wendy Carlos, who has not been shown publicly. since the start of the 80’s.

The concert is part of the Kubrick Festival 2017, which culminates the same weekend where Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition opens on GL. BEACH. For the same reason, Kubrick’s family will be present at the concert.

‘A Clockwork Orange – Stanley Kubrick In Concert’ is presented by Jazzhouse, CPH PIX, SNYK and art FREQ with support from the Nordea Foundation.